The son of missionary Nancy Writebol says his mother is still recuperating after surviving Ebola.
At the heart of President Barack Obama’s quandary over the Islamic State militants is their haven in Syria.
A company that produces food ingredients for the industrial market plans to locate its headquarters and manufacturing plant in Atchison.
The streets of Ferguson were peaceful for another night, as protests and tensions were subsiding.
Former Manhattan Mayor Jim Sherow is challenging Republican Congressmen Tim Huelskamp.
This past offseason, Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen and Donald Stephenson could have made like a couple of college kids on spring break…
It’s a trail where hundreds of people walk and bike every week.
Wamego football missed out on the postseason last year despite a seven-win campaign.
Attorneys sparring over investigation materials from the 1959 “In Cold Blood” murders in southwest Kansas are headed to court.
The Wabaunsee Chargers have one of the smallest depth charts in Kansas but look to return to the postseason.
Kansas contends the rule that takes effect next year would increase the cost of services for Kansans who receive home-based care.
The man who performs as the Kansas City Chiefs’ mascot has reached a legal settlement over severe injuries he suffered last November while p…
It was perfect coverage. Perfect technique.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Thursday that states can apply for extra time before they use student test scores to judge teachers’ pe…
Officers made contact with the two individuals and a subsequent drug investigation ensued.
Two years, two degrees
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Police say no crime was committed when woman pulled photos of twin babies off of social media and claimed they were her own children.
Oklahoma farmer creates tribute to airmen at nearby Tinker Air Force Base that only they can see.
The state has issued an emergency license suspension for a Wichita home day care where a toddler was severely injured by a lawnmower.
Kansas First News Sports Reporter Matt Gasper assisted Emporia State student athletes with mock interviews.
An American doctor infected with Ebola left his isolation unit and warmly hugged his doctors and nurses on Thursday.
The GAO said the relevant committees received phone calls from May 31 — the day of the transfer — to June 1, with written notification comin…